Two women's choirs singing beautiful and joyous harmony! The Cyrenes from Canberra and The Trill Seekers from Melbourne are joining together to present an evening that celebrates the joy of singing.
The concert will be on Saturday 1 July 2023 at 7pm. The venue is The Chapel, Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, corner of Kings Ave and Blackall St, Barton.
Tickets are available at the door or you can buy them via Trybooking www.trybooking.com.au/CIIEL or use the QR code on the poster. Adult tickets are $20, Concession $15 and children are free.
During the break, refreshments will be served.
Don't miss this first ever combined concert! We look forward to seeing you there.
Do you want some joy and harmony in your life? Join our choir and be enriched by the therapeutic power of community and singing!
New members are warmly invited to join us in 2023. Our new year of singing starts on Tuesday 31 January 2023 at 7.30pm at St Ninians Church, corner Brigalow and Mouat Streets, Lyneham.
Prospective new members must contact our Membership officer before you come - email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit our Become a member page and while you are there, read about the many benefits of singing and check out our 'Listen to us' page and our YouTube channel. No auditions or previous singing experience are required.
Some COVID safe protocols will continue in 2023. They include:
Hi family and friends
We are excited to present a Christmas concert this year! We will be singing some new songs and some old favourites - all within the mood of these times.
We will have a fun and heartwarming singalong of Christmas songs, featuring three songs written in the 1940s by John Wheeler with music by William G James.
Please bring along all that you need (eg cutlery, crockery, drinks) for an indoor picnic at our Christmas-themed tables.
Please join us for a joyful and friendly evening with family and friends as we celebrate the end of a challenging year and welcome the festive season.
Hi family and friends of the Cyrenes
We warmly invite you to our spring Equinox Evening Concert on Friday, 23 September at 7pm. We are delighted to be able to perform for you. We will have many new songs and also some old favourites!
Entry is by donation. Please bring your own picnic - we will have our usual tables beautifully set up.
It will be held at St Ninians Uniting Church Hall, 150 Brigalow St (corner of Brigalow and Mouat Sts), Lyneham.
Join us for an evening of song and harmony!
We are delighted to be able to resume our face-to-face rehearsals and we can now welcome new members. You must contact our Membership Officer at membership.enquiries@cyrenes. org.au if you wish to come to a rehearsal to check us out.
The choir has several Covid protocols that are required by our venue - read these on our Become a member webpage.
We had a fabulous and joyous Christmas concert for family and friends on Saturday 4 December. Our first set included 5 new songs, most of which we learned in our productive Zoom sessions and then polished when we finally got back together face-to-face. And then we had a very enjoyable set of Christmas favourites.
We were thrilled to celebrate our 30th anniversary in 2019.. Our gala concert on Saturday 23 November 2019 brought together former and current members of the Cyrenes to sing some of our old favourites!
We performed at The Chapel, Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, 15 Blackall St, Barton ACT.
Read all about it here!! www.cyrenes.org.au/anniversary30
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Have a look at our fabulous photos from our performance for International Women's Day at the National Museum of Australia, 8 March 2018.
The Jam for Refugees will run from 10.30am to 8.30pm at the All Saints Anglican Church, Cowper St, Ainslie ACT. The Cyrenes will perform at 12.30pm and will also join the Chorus of Women in some songs.
This day-long concert features some of Canberra's finest musicians, jamming in support of refugees. Come when you can, leave when you must. Entry by donation. Presented by All Saints Anglican Church and the Canberra Refugee Action Committee.
International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. We are looking forward to our performance for IWD at the National Museum - Thursday 8 March from 12-1pm.
Here is a link to our event at the National Museum http://www.nma.gov.au/whats-on/calendar
And read more about activities and themes for IWD https://internationalwomensday.com/
We are delighted to have been invited to sing for International Women's Day on Thursday 8 March at the National Museum of Australia. Our performance will be in the foyer at 12.30pm. We will sing a range of songs including women's classics such as Quiet, Tiddas and Shakin' the Tree,
Why sing? Because there are many benefits of singing in a choir - physical, psychological and social. The Cyrenes say that singing is part of the joy and well-being of life. And there is an increasing amount of research that agrees with us!
Visit our benefits of singing webpage and be convinced - and then come and sing with us in 2017!